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Not immediately apparent where the close is, walk to the left of the main elevation of Wells Cathedral, along the road and under the arch and you'll find Vicar's close of the left.
Shame that they allow cars to park there - I guess they...More
TO ensure the choir arrived to practices and three times a day worship the Catherdral at Wells built Vicars’ Close. It was built over 650 years ago to house the Vicars Choral and it has since been continuously inhabited by their successors.
Vicars’ Close is...More
Vicar's Close is a must to do if you every visit Wells in Somerset, this little cobbled street is tucked away from the Cathedral & Bishops Palace, so make sure you take a look, it's one of the old streets in England.!
A beautiful old street that is still lived in today. Quaint old cottages on a cobbled street accessed by a stone arch or a tiny gateway, it doesn’t take long to look around but it’s worth a visit, I thought it was lovely and it’s...More
If we had not decided to try and walk right round the Cathedral I doubt we would have found this fascinating close.
It looks as if nothing has been altered in hundreds or years and seeing the clergy in their long blue cassocks made you...More